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Abstract: The popular settlement narrative depicting Israeli society's pioneering past represents major Zionist themes of return to the land, struggle, and redemption. With the passage of time, this narrative has been subject to both nostalgic representations and critical evaluations in...
Abstract: It is shown that in Israeli Hebrew, as well as in biblical Hebrew, the location of stress may have a "phonemic" function, in that it distinguishes between otherwise identical morpho-phonological patterns. Stress location can determine syntactic, temporal, and similar categorial...
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